Our expert says:
Dear Fed up
In cases of PCOS the cysts are very rarely if ever as large as 8 cm and therefore would look to other possible causes for the ovulation dysfunction. Also the reason for having only one ovary is somewhat of a confounding factor. Unless the ovary was surgically removed the only other possibility would be an absence of the ovary from birth and should this be the case it is important that other pelvic abnormality be ruled out. I would suggest that you visit a fertility specialist who would be able to carefully work through all the possibilities and to manage your ovulatory dysfunction and cysts more effectively.
Answered by: Dr. M.I. Cassim
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